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'Automotive electronics produces 25GB of data an hour' - what driverless cars means for IT

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Next generation of driverless vehicles could produce up to 250GB per hour - meaning firms need the right database technology to exploit this stream
31 Jul 2014

Windows 8 is ‘too much, too quickly and too different’, says KPMG CIO

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Windows 8 'optional' for staff, but Windows Phone 'not ready' due to security concerns
31 Jul 2014

Now Ford dumps BlackBerry for Apple

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Car maker ditches BlackBerry devices in favour of Apple
31 Jul 2014

Tor developers rush to plug security hole that could identify users

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Exploit developed by Carnegie Mellon University enables attackers to identify Tor users
31 Jul 2014

Meet the White House’s go-to security expert (who’s never seen a Snowden document)

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Sooraj Shah speaks to Rodney Joffe about the state of cyber security and government surveillance, and delves into the history of Neustar, the company he works for
30 Jul 2014

KPMG opts for ServiceNow workflow after being advised by client-facing CIO advisory board

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KPMG starts to listen to its own advisory practice for new software implementations
31 Jul 2014

UK needs more women in tech to compete on global scale, says Education Minister

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The UK will only realise its full potential as a global technology hub if more women are encouraged to find careers within the sector, Education Minister Nick Gibb has said
31 Jul 2014

The emergence of the app-based network

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Tradeshift CEO Christian Lanng discusses how app-based networks are becoming the backbone of every business
31 Jul 2014

The new business ‘ecosystem’: Tapping into a partner’s skill set

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The CIOs of Balfour Beatty and TfL tell Sooraj Shah how they have combated the IT skills crisis by leveraging third party resources
31 Jul 2014

'My ambition is to be the first team to have all trackside systems in the cloud,' says Caterham F1 IT head

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Bill Peters, head of group IT at Caterham Group, tells Computing that a lot of the Formula 1 team's technology will be virtualized
30 Jul 2014
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How is the role of the CISO evolving?

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QA Training's Greg Newton-Ingham explains how the importance businesses place on thwarting cyber attacks has transformed the CISO role
30 Jul 2014

New job? Could you be arrested for taking your know-how with you?

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Developers in the US have been arrested at their exit interviews, accused of wanting to take know-how from one company to the another. Could it happen here?
30 Jul 2014

'The clerk who’s never used any of the Office suite – why update him?' Biffa CIO David Gooding

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What kind of technology lies behind your bin collection? Peter Gothard visited waste management giant Biffa to find out – and what he discovered may surprise you
30 Jul 2014

Executives don't think CIOs help accelerate business progress, says Forrester report

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Forrester research suggests a lack of respect for the work of IT from other departments
29 Jul 2014

Computing research: Routes to mobility

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John Leonard examines Computing research that illuminates the challenges and options enterprise face when designing mobile apps for a business audience
29 Jul 2014

Free Windows?

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What are the chances of Microsoft giving away its operating system – and even some of its most popular applications – for free? Peter Gothard asked some Redmond-watchers for their thoughts
28 Jul 2014

Engineering a new infrastructure: an interview with Balfour Beatty CIO Danny Reeves

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Balfour Beatty CIO Danny Reeves describes how the company has moved away from a 'closed-shop’ approach to IT and is now modernising its infrastructure in partnership with key suppliers
28 Jul 2014

Government ‘loses £700m legal battle with Fujitsu’ over failed NHS IT project

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2008 sacking from NPfIT could leave NHS with biggest payout in its 60-year history
28 Jul 2014

EU right to be forgotten 'wrong and unworkable'

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'Right to be forgotten' ought to be forgotten, according to Parliamentary report
30 Jul 2014

Internet of Things devices riddled with security errors, claims HP

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HP Fortify study finds devices protected by weak passwords and unencrypted network services
30 Jul 2014

Hardware market 'does remain a focus' says BlackBerry enterprise chief

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Passport 'will not be for everyone', but company continues to work on new devices, says Sims
29 Jul 2014

What are the most sought-after cyber security skills?

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QA Training's Cyber Security Director Greg Newton-Ingham explains which skills are at the top of businesses' wish lists
29 Jul 2014

ICO warns companies over big data initiatives

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Organisations cannot ignore data protection laws in their big data projects
28 Jul 2014

Lenovo unveils Google Glass competitor in Internet of Things push

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Chinese manufacturer is also looking for hardware partners to make new products
28 Jul 2014

National roaming for mobile: where to turn?

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Is the government being serious about a national roaming plan that has left mobile networks flabbergasted? Sooraj Shah finds out
28 Jul 2014

PernixData FVP virtualization software takes SEGA’s storage to the next level

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SEGA Networks adopts PernixData FVP software to optimise gaming service platform
28 Jul 2014